Introducing Taro: East Fork's spring 2021 glaze. Launching April 18th.

Taro

Lilacs, chalcedony, violet ice cream. A tender, muted, pastel purple.
Taro Bowls from East Fork surrounded by purple tulips
“When we released Taro the first time in 2018, I didn’t understand how gracefully and sweetly it’d integrate into every corner of my home.”
 
— Connie Matisse, CMO
A monochrome purple breakfast scape

East Fork is a Vessel

East Fork makes dinnerware you’ll want to keep around for a long, long time that is made of regional clay and glazed by hand. Sold alongside other objects made with equal care for your kitchen, tabletop and pantry.

Taro

Lilacs, chalcedony, violet ice cream. A tender, muted, pastel purple.
“When we released Taro the first time in 2018, I didn’t understand how gracefully and sweetly it’d integrate into every corner of my home.”
 
— Connie Matisse, CMO
The Coupe by East Fork, glazes in Taro

East Fork

is a Vessel

East Fork makes dinnerware you’ll want to keep around for a long, long time that is made of regional clay and glazed by hand. Sold alongside other objects made with equal care for your kitchen, tabletop and pantry.

Taro, a beloved glaze from the East Fork archive, returns on April 18th. A color of quiet joy, Taro speaks to the slow changes that ferry winter to its landing, flowers in dark soil, new colors of the morning. No surprise, then: it will stick around until summertime, available in all forms.

Coming Soon

Taro, a beloved glaze from the East Fork archive, returns on April 18th. A color of quiet joy, Taro speaks to the slow changes that ferry winter to its landing, flowers in dark soil, new colors of the morning. No surprise, then: it will stick around until summertime, available in all forms.